CHESTER CITY will give further trials to Polish goal-keeper Wojtek Kaczmarek andex-Stockport County and Kilmarnock midfield player, Mikael Wolski, in their fourth pre-season friendly against Chesterfield at the Deva Stadium tomorrow.
Both players figured in the midweek victory against Unibond League side, Cammell Lairds.
"The lads did enough on Wednesday evening to ensure that we have another look at them," said manager Mark Wright. "Wojtek is a big and imposing keeper, while Mikael proved what a quality player he was during his spell at Stockport last season.
"Chesterfield will step up the quality of our opposition, so we will be able to assess the players' capabilities at a level they will need to be at during each week of the forthcoming campaign."
Wright will also give run-outs to defenders Sean Hessey and Ashley West-wood, who missed the game against Cammell Lairds.
The City boss is still keen to bolster his squad with the acquisition of two or three more players.
Chester last night completed the signings of young professionals Paul Rutherford and James Vaughan. They will join the first team squad.
Chester City (from): Danby, Kaczmarek, Vaughan, Wilson, Allen, Linwood, Artell, McSporran, Hessey, Westwood, Hand, Broughton, Blundell, Bennett, Walters, Holroyd, Newby, Sandwith, Marsh-Evans.